Catholic actor plays a role in racial healing

U.S. voters may have elected the first black president, but race issues haven’t disappeared from the county.

So I was pleased to see this article about a Catholic actor in Ohio in The Catholic Telegraph, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, who sees his role as famed author Samuel Clemens as a way of making a social statement.

As the producer of the traveling play “Mark Twain’s Road to Freedom,” he also plays the title character and sees the role as a way of enlightening people about the dangers of racism in society.

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